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Does Planned Parenthood Provide Pap Smears?

How Planned Parenthood's Services Saved One 24-Year-Old's Life

When she was 24 years old, Christy's first Pap smear at Planned Parenthood came back irregular — soon after, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. "Without a resource like Planned Parenthood, I probably wouldn't be alive," she says in this video, powered by Storyvine. "I wouldn't have known about my cancer, until it was too late. They caught it early. And the way it advanced after we knew about it, proves to me that I was so very lucky."

If you want to support Planned Parenthood's lifesaving services, you can tell Congress to stop attacking basic health care at Planned Parenthood by adding your name here to this petition. Or text the word DEFEND TO 22422 to find out how you can help stand up for the more than 2.5 million people who depend on Planned Parenthood for health care every year.

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